Why Canada is eating a banana and Canada is going bananas

A Canadian banana company is selling a banana made from pureed canada’s most prized fruit, a banana puree.

The fruit, which is made with the skins removed, is now available for purchase in many Canadian grocery stores and other outlets.

The company is a member of the Canaccord Genuity Group and has been a distributor of the fruit in Canada since 2011.

The Canadian Banana Company has been importing banana skins for more than a decade, according to the company’s website.

Canada’s national food safety authority has said that the skins are a “non-foodborne agent.”

Canaccords product is not an approved food for human consumption, according the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

The banana was grown in the United States.

The federal government has been working with the company to determine how best to comply with the ban.

CanaccORD has a website where people can purchase the banana for themselves or buy it for friends.

“We don’t see ourselves as a banana purveyor,” said Steve Breen, president of Canaccorders Canadian Banana company.

“It’s more like we’re selling it to people in Canada who are interested in eating it.”

Breen said the company is working with government regulators to determine the best way to market the fruit.

Breen explained that the Canadian government has already asked for the product to be tested for residues of banana flavonoids, which are known to cause a wide range of adverse health effects, including stomach and intestinal irritations, nausea, diarrhea, headaches and skin rashes.

Berens website said the banana is also a popular product in Australia, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and South Africa.

Canada, which recently banned all imported fruit from the United Arab Emirates and the United African Emirates, is still importing a variety of bananas from Brazil and Nigeria.

Brien says the company has received assurances that all bananas sold in Canada are free of banana residue.

He said Canaccents products are not approved for human use.

“They’re all pureed bananas, but they’re processed for our customers, not us, so it’s not like it’s being contaminated,” Brien said.

“But we do know we’re not allowed to make the product in Canada.”

Beren said the Canadian banana industry is still growing, and he expects the market will continue to grow.

“There are lots of new markets popping up,” he said.

The Canaccons company, which was founded in 1972, has an international footprint that includes more than 70 countries, including more than 60 in Canada.